Existing installations often have to deal with sludge accumulations and magnetite deposits. To remove these, the heating engineer often only has the option of rinsing the system several times and completely changing the fill water. This complex process primarily takes time. In addition, despite multiple flushing, there is always some dirt left in the pipes. The new mobile filter station from magnetic, with which dirt is filtered out of the system water, offers a reliable and clean alternative.
In addition to the microfilter element, the magnetic heating water filter mobil consists of an additional magnetic flux filter, a powerful pump and a controller with a differential pressure gauge. All components are mounted on a solid powder-coated frame construction with wheels so that the station can be easily transported to any boiler room. The exchangeable microfilter element has an enormous dirt holding capacity due to the effective filter area of 1 m². The filter fineness makes it possible to catch all particles up to a size of 1 µm out of the water. The smallest magnetic parts that make it through the filter element are additionally retained by a high-performance magnetite separator.The heating water filter mobile switches off automatically as soon as the filter is full and a differential pressure of 1.5 bar is reached. The filter insert can then be changed and the separator can be cleaned.
Dissolves sludge in heating systems - without acidDetails
Easy determination of electrical resistanceDetails
Professional tools for the production of heating water according to VDI 2035. The correct replenishment of heating water is also ensured with simple and high-quality refill units. Regulating devices and cleansing agents can protect muddy and corrosion-prone heating systems.
For filling heating systems according to VDI 2035Details
Permanently installed refill station to fill the heatingDetail
Ideal for customer service and householdDetails
Certified and vacuum packed - specifically for heating systemsDetails
Protects against corrosion and siltingDetails